JLPT N4 Grammar (to ittemo ii)


you could say; one might say; I'd say ~

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Learn Japanese grammar: 【といってもいい】(to ittemo ii). Meaning: you could say; one might say; I’d say ~.

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- Example Sentences

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Example #1

sore wa yoi kaimono to ittemo ii deshou.
I'd say it was a good buy.
Example #2

kare wa yasashii ga, damasare yasui to ittemo ii.
He's a kind person, but could be said to be a bit easy to be deceived.
Example #3

sore wa ii kangae da. iya, subarashii to ittemo ii darou.
That's a good idea, even brilliant I might say..
Example #4

sore made no naka de ichiban no tabi datta to ittemo ii deshou.
I'd say that was the best trip I had ever taken.
Example #5

kanojo wa neitibu to ittemo ii kurai nihongo ga jouzu da.
Her Japanese is so good you could say she's like a native speaker.
Example #6

kare wa shinda to ittemo ii kurai no mono da.
You could say he's as good as dead.
Example #7

sore made uketa tesuto no naka de, motto mo muzukashikatta to ittemo ii deshou.
I'd say that was the most difficult test I had ever taken.
Example #8

kanojo wa hon no mushi to ittemo ii you na hito da.
She's what you might call a bookworm.
Example #9

kare no hanashi wa bakabakashii to ittemo ii kurai datta.
His story was on the verge of ridiculous.

Vocabulary List

優しいやさしいnice; kind
騙されるだまされるto be fooled
彼女かのじょshe; her
日本語にほんごJapanese language
死ぬしぬto die

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